Tackling Poe: Final Thoughts

I finished reading Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales & Poems about a week ago, but I wanted to give myself some time to digest everything, watch The Raven, and to formulate my final thoughts, which is, of course, why I'm posting this. This is also my 90th post on this blog, and I'm getting pretty…

Tackling Poe: The Complete Works, Part 12

I want this LEGO set! ⊙▃⊙ This is the twelfth installment of Tackling Poe: The Complete Works, which concludes the four-part review series of Edgar Allan Poe's poems. The collection I am reading from conveniently divides the poems into four categories (Poems of Later Life, Poems of Manhood, Poems of Youth, and Doubtful Poems) so…

Tackling Poe: The Complete Works, Part 10

The tenth installment of Tackling Poe: The Complete Works continues a four-part review series of Edgar Allan Poe's poems. The collection I am reading from conveniently divides the poems into four categories (Poems of Later Life, Poems of Manhood, Poems of Youth, and Doubtful Poems) so I will be keeping the same separation. This time,…

Tackling Poe: The Complete Works, Part 9

The ninth installment of Tackling Poe: The Complete Works begins a four-part review series of Edgar Allan's poems. *It may take a moment to load* The collection I am reading from conveniently divides the poems into four categories (Poems of Later Life, Poems of Manhood, Poems of Youth, and Doubtful Poems) so I will be…

Tackling Poe: The Complete Works, Part 8

This post marks the 8th installment of Tackling Poe: The Complete Works. This post will be different from the others in that I will only be looking at one work: Poe's only complete novel, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. It is a fairly short tale at roughly 71,000 words, and chronicles the disastrous…